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    • Habenstein, Astrid (2015)
      The immense ideological significance that the city of Rome held since the times of the late republic corresponded until the 2nd century AD with the actual supremacy of the urbs within the Imperium Romanum: Rome was the ...
    • Sukrow, Oliver (2018)
      In the 1960s, between the construction of the Berlin Wall (1961) and the change of power (Ulbricht / Honecker 1971), a field of tension between the claim to power and truth of the SED on one side and the subjective obstinacy ...
    • Brosius, Christiane; Mandoki, Roberta (2020)
      Many societies are experiencing growing longevity and population ageing simultaneously with increasing urbanization and mobilities. Such fundamental demographic and structural shifts have been reflected in a multitude of ...
    • Boud’hors, Anne; Delattre, Alain; Schenke, Gesa; Richter, Tonio Sebastian; Schmelz, Georg (2019)
      The texts compiled in Coptica Palatina were worked on by young scholars taking part in an International Summer School for Coptic Papyrology under the supervision of the editors. The volume offers editions of Coptic literary ...
    • Bognár, Anna-Victoria (2020)
      The profession of architect underwent the decisive stages of its professionalisation during the early modern period of the Holy Roman Empire (approx. 1500-1800). As a rule, multiple training courses in the artistic, military ...
    • Runde, Ingo; Hawicks, Heike (2016)
      Heidelberg University; History; Art
    • Becker, Nadine (2018)
      Due to their high material value and their meaningful iconography, Aegean signet rings have already attracted considerable attention in research. The focus was often on the analysis and interpretation of images, however, ...
    • M Michl, Felix (2016)
      Over the course of the past decades, photography has become one of the most popular fields of art. This development is also reflected in recent prices for some works of contemporary photography, which fetch up to several ...
    • Nanobashvili, Nino; Teutenberg, Tobias (2019)
      As a cultural technique, drawing was firmly anchored in the realities of European society from early modern to modern times. Based on this fact, the present volume asks for the first time about the significance of drawing ...
    • Jaspert, Nikolas; Sebastian, Kolditz (2018)
      The history of individual seascapes has recently become a vibrant and innovative field of research. Nonetheless, connections between seas (entre mers) and the imagination of lands „beyond the Sea“ (Outre-mer) have only ...
    • Thomsen-Fürst, Rüdiger (2020)
      This volume, which accompanies the exhibition of the same name, honours Leopold Mozart (1719-1787), who was not only a musician, composer and teacher, but also a well-informed observer of his time. His letters contain ...
    • Fuß, Eric; Konopka, Marek; Trawiński, Beata; Waßner, Ulrich H. (2018)
      In recent years, the availability of large annotated corpora, together with a new interest in the empirical foundation and validation of linguistic theory and description, has sparked a surge of novel work using corpus ...
    • Felder, Ekkehard; Jacob, Katharina; Schwinn, Horst; Busse, Beatrix; Große, Sybille; Gvozdanović, Jadranka; Lobin, Henning; Radtke, Edgar (2018)
      This second volume of the “Online Handbook of Language Criticism – A European Perspective” focuses on the processes of standardisation in German, English, French, Italian, and Croatian and investigates them in the context ...
    • Schwinn, Horst; Felder, Ekkehard; Jacob, Katharina; Busse, Beatrix; Große, Sybille; Gvozdanović, Jadranka; Lobin, Henning; rad, (2018)
      In this third volume of the “Online Handbook of Language Criticism – A European Perspective”, linguistic purism is being understood as both criticism of language usage on the level of parole and criticism of forms and ...
    • Felder, Ekkehard; Schwinn, Horst; Busse, Beatrix; Eichinger, Ludwig M.; Große, Sybille; Gvozdanović, Jadranka; Jacob, Katharina; Radtke, Edgar (2017)
      The process of setting norms for language and language use is closely related to critique of language and its use. The German term Sprachnormenkritik as yet has no equivalent in English, French, Italian, or Croatian ...
    • Mußgnug, Dorothee; Stolleis, Michael (2019)
      Heinrich Zoepfl (1807-1877), Heidelberg Professor of Legal History and Constitutional Law, was active in the turbulent times of the "Vormärz", the "German Revolution" of 1848/49 and the foundation of the German Reich in ...
    • Pettinaroli, Laura; Valente, Massimiliano (2020)
      Pietro Gasparri (1852–1934) was a famous jurist, a valued university professor and an able papal diplomat. He headed the Secretary of State and the Roman Curia from November 1914 to January 1930, during a crucial period ...
    • Möhren, Frankwalt (2016)
      European cookery has grown historically, and so has the Sienese Libro de la cocina. The book's origins are partly in Italy, partly in other cultures, combining recipes from Tuscan cuisine with those taken directly from the ...
    • Richter , Susan; Roth, Michael; Meurer, Sebastian (2017)
      Global history has long become an established field of research. At the 11th conference of the working group on the Early Modern Period (Historians’ Association, Germany), participants aimed at applying global-history ...
    • König, Daniel G. (2019)
      As linguistic systems comprising a large variety of written and oral registers including derivate “languages” and “dialects,” Latin and Arabic have been of paramount importance for the history of the Euromediterranean since ...